Drake Announces His Next Album & It Just Might Sting

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This month marks three years since Drake released an album. The rapping-singing superstar gave his fans More Life in 2017. However, that Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Republic Records project was presented as a playlist, not an album. Additionally, the OVO founder did not submit the #1 release to the Recording Academy for Grammy consideration.

In 2018, Drake has been busy. The artist with seven #1 releases (including one joint-effort with Future) dropped a two-song EP, Scary Hours, in January. He since followed with “Nice For What,” a Lauryn Hill-sampling video single that could possibly serve as the first single to his fifth LP.

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On Instagram today (April 17), Drizzy used a custom jacket to announce plans to release Scorpion in June.

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Since Views, Drake has been involved in on-record confrontations with Joe Budden, Pusha T, and Diddy. Time will tell if Scorpion is an album that stings peers.

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Always a fan of cryptic roll-outs (and no warning at all), that is all Drake let fans know at this time.

More Life is included in Ambrosia For Heads‘s Top 15 Rap Albums of 2017 list.